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Havant Wiggenholt Steyning Shoreham

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    Cycle route mapped by  John Rosbottom Photo
    1 year ago

    Starts near Havant, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    88.732 miles
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    3592 ft | 3589 ft 
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    Mixed
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    About

    A club run where riders can bail out at 80 km (Shoreham station) or continue for the full 140 km back to Havant. Elevenses at Wiggonholt RSPB centre at km 48; lunch in Steyning at km 72; tea in Bosham at km 132.

    An 08h30 start at Havant Spring Centre would work well with the proposed refreshment stops.

    The aim of the ride is to capture the maximum variety that Southern England offers ... chalk downland with some high ridge riding, wooded lanes, a riverside run, old Saxon towns and villages, seaside towns and coastal landscapes. However we give busy roads a miss.

    There are one or two steep sections, but with an average gradient of 0.77%, this is not a hilly ride.

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